HP is gathering its forces to get an even larger piece of the Asia-Pacific mobility market. And if the press launch of a series of mobility devices earlier this month is any gauge, it means business. Shown off to a few dozen journalists were the world’s smallest dual slot expansion Pocket PC (the HP iPAQ Pocket PC h2210), the world’s first Pocket PC to include 128MB of RAM, integrated biometrics security and wireless LAN network access (the HP iPAQ Pocket PC h5550), and one of the world’s thinnest wide screen notebooks with Intel Centrino mobile technology and WiFi capabilities (the HP Compact nx7000).
Raymond Wah, vice-president, mobile business group, HP Personal Systems Group, Asia-Pacific and Japan, made no secret of the fact that HP is doing all it can to tighten its grip on the mobility market in the region. Continue >>